HDFFA’s Partners with Fill Your Pantry 2021

Save the date! Central Oregon Fill Your Pantry is Nov. 13 from 11-3.

Central Oregon’s annual Fill Your Pantry event is coming up soon! This year, HDFFA is thrilled to partner with Fill Your Pantry in efforts to increase accessibility to this incredible bulk-buying event. Come say hey, purchase some merchandise, drink some cider, or donate to our Food Access and Farm Support programs.
Fill Your Pantry is on November 13th, 11-3 at the Deschutes County Fairgrounds in Redmond. For more information, visit the Central Oregon Fill Your Pantry website. Happy bulk buying!


Did you know that you can use your SNAP, FDNP, and WIC currencies at Fill Your Pantry? When you arrive, locate the Bend Farmers Market Booth to exchange your SNAP. Here you can also take advantage of the Double Up Food Bucks program, exchanging $20 to receive $40 at the event!

Vegetable Kits for SNAP users

Not sure where to start? SNAP users can purchase a Vegetable Kit at the Bend Farmers Market booth. These kits are crafted by HDFFA, featuring produce from Boundless Farmstead, recipes and ideas, storage tips, and more.
Kits will include 5# carrots, 5# onions, 5# potatoes, 1 cabbage, & 1 winter squash, an equivalent of $40.
Questions? Contact caroline@hdffa.org

Volunteer Management

The annual Fill Your Pantry event is not possible without our dedicated volunteers. Through volunteering at this event, you are helping make local food more accessible for all members of our community. Check out hdffa.org/volunteer under “Current Volunteer Opportunities” to see  how you can get involved!

VeggieRx Veteran’s Program at FYP

In conjunction with Fill Your Pantry, VeggieRx for Veterans will do one more produce dispersion with 50 participants. With help from the Veterans Health Association and volunteers 20 homebound participants will be delivered food kits, others will pick up onsite in Redmond or at an additional site in Prineville. Kits contain over $100 worth of food and including pantry staples like potatoes, onions, carrots, squash, garlic, apples, pears as well as chicken or beef. We aim to help participants access and increase intake of fresh locally sourced food and stock up before the winter. 

HDFFA’s involvement with Fill Your Pantry is funded through the USDA Community Food Project.
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